I'm seeing a few scapes emerge for spring, although they're probably too early to produce top-quality flowers.
A few early winter scapes are hanging in there, but now that the weather is evening out, their color is starting to approach something normal. Spring and fall present favorable opportunities for daylilies, partly because the nights tend to hold warmth well into the evening—something that rarely happens at peak bloom in late June,—and because warm gentle rains assist flower opening and color richness.
Last year I had no rebloom on 'Guy's Outrageous' from Floyd Cove (planted fall 2016), but late this winter it threw a scape which has been blooming for a few weeks. Most of the flowers have been half-openers, but today's wasn't bad.